About your Search

20121001
20121031
STATION
CNN 14
SFGTV 9
FBC 5
CSPAN 2
KQEH (PBS) 2
KRCB (PBS) 2
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 2
CNBC 1
CNNW 1
CSPAN2 1
SFGTV2 1
WTTG 1
LANGUAGE
English 50
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)
they can to be part of this movement and moving forward. we, although, fac has a meeting tomorrow, we are co-sponsoring the board of education form tomorrow, october 10th at college track. for 301 third street from 5 to 8 p.m. >> thank you. student delegate. ly. >> item e, parent advisory council report? pac representatives? >> good evening. all. >> my name is roy fostan and i have two kids in the public school system and one is nine at sheraton elementary and the other one is 13 at herbert hoover, and i want to say jr. high, but it is herbert hoover middle school. actually i went there. any way, we know that you are moving forward with this process with the ag school graduation requirements and we have heard parents and students talking about this and the pac just wants to echo the urgency to address this problem. and we want to know how we can be involved in this. >> i just want to add, the staff and the parent advisory council here for georgia brat who has two sick children at home. and as everyone else said we are the pac is very concerned about the students who are not on track t
powers ana bigger budget for$fac domestic violence for each of my four years of mayor and i7dc#r did it because i believed in the importance of domestic violence, something i've been an advocate for myiij entire career. that's the policy-maker in me. me says that most of all, most ofá5ñ unprecedented mayoral power3t(÷ claiming the discretion to charge any elected official in misconduct with or without a conviction on a case-by-case basis. mayoral discretion, crear to what some have said can threaten any elected official by putting him up against the full force and power of the mofts mayor's office, degree, city attorney and countless others. any one of you, any supervisor, who goes to a labor protest, who goes to a hastings regent's meeting and is arrested and charged could be subject to that kind of case. let me just say in closing, as a former mayor, i know extraordinary power. during the -- earthquake i used the state of emergency to close neighborhoods, hold people without charges, put the army on the streets of our city, but i never had this kind of power, and no one should.
concerned. fac teport thi year is actually about jobs. in the next decade we need to create 600 million new jobs especially for a country with a younger demographic composition like africa, subsahara, that problem is becoming even more. youth unemployment is the reason for the arab spring revolutions that happened. it is just another message that it is not only the level of growth which is important, but how growth that can create a decent job because job create the quality of life and respectability of society. we see the recommendation will be first on a policy level, the macrostability is needed. that is the necessary condition not sufficient. second one on the labor policy, they required to have a policy that create more equality of job. the third one is more the affirmative policy that needs to be created in order to address a very specific local need. i think that is going to be an area which is going to be an option for the policymaker. >> okay, all right. thank you. >> thank you. >> ron madison will join us later in the day from the imf world bank meetings. we'll have live updates f
referring to the fac thateye their coffee. they are brewins. th like to jazz it up with brew's in.hn. >> the guy who had the anti-g slur, it doesn't work mlb is a privantity. they can have code he wants. and it is not like he went to wt to jail for a couple games. >> i pointed thatut. >> i didn't hear it. >> i sa him writing i on a note. t lengths and i had itd to edited out. >> jim, you did pointut that welame everyone except the who were rioting. >> i lovth part of the article. says, the motives of things like thentt you sense of muims is, quote, to show muslims as irrational, vient,baric. it is a good thing there wasn't tan intolerant response. >> when you don't like a movie you should kill people in an embassy. that's a rationalay of handling it. if that was what wou haveappened after "caddie shack 2" >> poor jackie mason. >> for us for havg defendedstly, greg, you the producer o sls in i. i have to agree th all of you except bill. he is in jail makinghe movie, butnly becse it put hion the radar screen d the feds are like, by making this movieyou violated your a p. that's wha
questions for both sides. today, he seeme to feel that he was uncomfortable with the fac that it was being used in a way that was good. lou: we will have much more on affirmative action and the south carolina voter id law being upheld. we will have the "a-team" coming up next. president obama sending our troops to the jordanian border with syria. governor romney surging ahead in the polls, and a house hearing today exposing the conflict and contradiction in the obama administration statements on bya. author and producer of 2016. obama's america, dinesh d'souza, isere with his perspective next. jim lehrer, candy crowley, all moderators of the 2012 debate and all liberal. did someone think that we wouldn't notice? is the obama administration line about the terrorist attacks in libya? can president obama recover? will governor romney will the president in the next debate as welland what about that joe biden and paul ryan debate among my? my? the "a-team" energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are commit
alternate fac facili facilities. i think we need to look at these trading plans more carefully and make sure there is more oversight from them. i think they mentioned that to me on the air today. >> we have the potential when you have these different sites operating. >> the main concern that i have, is making sure this issue is okay. they are operating with systems we don't know if there has been damage. we are told they are fine. some firms are operating on light staff. they may be operating on alternative facilities. it is going to be an important moment. >> just a reminder. where the market stood on friday, the bell rang 9:30 on friday, our jim cramer is already seeing some signs. good evening jim. >> the stock futures are looking up. europe is good. we have very good numbers from bp and we have good insurance numbers. in our country ford 40 cents i was only looking for 30 cents. the bed spring maker, look for that stock decline. kroger spoke with the cfo this morning when i was talking with squawk on the street and it looks like they had a good month of october. take a hard look at the u
in benghazi wt had fac initially a just transpired hrs fore in iro. almo a copy caof the demotrations againstur facity in croch were prompted, of crse, by the video. copy ] sticking't the ras the ring 2.[r to the video sty. on the ehth day, the director of national center went in fnt ofongress with a slightly different as. n the course of awe terrorist attack on our embassy. >> of course, he's going to say it w a trorist attack. he the counterterrorism center. a cynic would argue theesidenhao admit ey we targeted by terrorists 'use th make m lo bad befe an election. maybe all tis stil not wecussn the factor l night, libertyian sittion and foreign policy in genal has not arrested the attention of casual voters who remainocked into thecony and in many cases, ideology. ize onhe libyan controversyto as part of overall competence chnge to mr. obama. if the econom remai bad and it does just checkutearnings from ford and gm today, and america's overseas str seems to, gornor romney should have some tht. verbal ammunition to use for his part, the presiden will remainsteadft that everything is
them face to fac that was really an amazing opportunity. >> i agree with their. once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to be in the arena tonight to see the two candidates. >> there are some monitors behind you. were you watching the candidates or splitting your eye contact between the monitors and what was on stage? >> i was fortunate to see both candidates. >> what about the body language? >> i thought they were both composed. i think they were both very well rehearsed and very ready to debate each other. >> from your standpoint? >> the same. i think the president was comfortable and romney came in also prepared. >> who comes out a winner tonight? >> i think mitt romney was a little more presidential in his ability to connect things he is planning to do and how he would like to take the country. i think he really laid out his plan to keep the constitution with his mention of the bill of rights and the declaration of independence and life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, i think we are all part of his plan. >> were the questions asked by the moderator what
and unapproachable. >> the warriors still need to pay to fix une fac >> and or back at 456 bay in the rolling stones please rock-and-roll fans around the world. barbara walters will interview one of hollywood's biggest stars. >> one of the greatest rock fans of all times is returning to the stage. >> is everybody ready. are you ready. yeah we're ready. >> for the rolling stones announced for shows at the end of this year it is part of their on on 50th anniversary celebration and their first on stage personas in more than five years. >> 4 gig 4 nights with the stones may be a few friends joining us see them. >> tickets on sale this joining us see them. >> tickets on sale this friday for the london shows time to talk about herself and her movie. hogan calls to a lawsuit against a radio personality. this comes after a video from 2006 surface on the web site showing hogan having sex. the request to remove the video was refused. >> still ahead on the kron for morning news and positi ve not for baseball fans around the bay. the giants winning their first home game in the postseason will have highlights co
-existing conditions are. that fac that people talk about pre-existing conditions shows that there's a market for that. i think the free market will respond to that. instead of the problem with health care, and the reason romney care was a libertarian solution for a governor to provide because the governor cannot repeal of the federal government's tough is right now you already have government intervention. government pays for nearly 50 percent of all health care. it is already 50 percent socialist. romney is going to roll it back, plus a free market magic. everything you want covered will be. instead right now you cannot buy insurance unless it also overs marital, counseling. john: all of that. free-market would give you all kinds of choices, but he is saying we're going to force. >> is that going to force. i did not say force. john: cover pre-existing conditions. >> the free market will covered. i promise you. john: okay. another big government republican topic, increase spending in the military. we're going broke. we spend more than all the other countries combined are as much. how can we afford th
ath doubte e ouwewillr a fac gpes s. ho dell acgassi porouges. si poer utitompaesous. ve bn le t brinut i repa tual b as stan his tmeinecau i ey hdvan dalrnin an asans auhopelly t htormanovein n fuher nort m epey tcrewrmve fur wl rt bereed mp toew mov nrthro w besoutedrnoovates nh so ght wut tre a aoutes 3,00someneme n att hve t aen b aughtt i to o00mestat me om oer stes h hat bht a reao oat to o ou and o sst sar a ateaill toou nd lon and s dficu l rest atio non nd docescu bute arcleay -- meanif ustookio the es utorm ar it'ea act--lly an u inteifyik in s cent. he i' told m t'thatcty tewindat ete yi n nternt are i'owld up tat 90 t mees andnt ho . iterreapprchina ca ugory t tw m a ho stat itprino warcaryoingtw t se at por oages what wing be t ssivein o stat ndpo w oest wiwanteo ge pele rivtore o aat ickl as ntgessib, bue refore wean at we kl allibbu ha tofo huweer down otectellato onotr hu om ts stwnm becy ayin o ot doorand tst b in ord sying o te road sng o t ad >> tnk y vermuch >> w t to tead y newerork'ch longisnd. hu ican ws wito a
independent. that is certainly one conclusion from allhis but we s may have a long way to go. in fac a new study shows our domestic energy security is the same as it was more than 3 years ago. fox business's rich edson has the details. rich first of all, explain to mehat a security index is. >> sure thing. on this list the united states ranks 7th worldwide, just to give you some context. we're behind mexico, britain, norway and others this is from a u.s.amber of commerce reportranking countries on the energy they use comped to how much is at their disposal. it facto in how much energy costs. how much a country imports. the diversity of fuel in the economy, efficiency and price volatility. it also examines transportationefficiency d infrastructure like reneries. even though the report says the ited states is about as energy secure as we were in 1980, there is reason for optimism. natural gas. melissa: yeah. absolutely. also, i wondering so you're using the word secure in the context of how se-sufficient are we, not how secure is it in the iranian sense like someone will blow it up? it i sor
after the fac as we're trying to klein up the mess -- vilify. >> the novel vilifies the system much more than any individuals. there's a line in the novel from a character who says,, if you compensate a person based on volume, he is going to give you volume. it's the same as greed is good argument. greed is good because it creates predictable behavior. executives can manage predictable behavior to a successful outcome and what, if you look at all the players leading up to the financial collapse in '08 everyone acted exactly as you predict, instead of moody's and standard & poor's out to lunch. traders at bear stearns. all folks aig, writing derivatives and underwriting insurance acted according to their job descriptionn a way to maximize their bonus. you can't fault anyone for that. it was the system that controlled behavior that failed. melissa: that begs a very obvious question. has anything changed since the financial collapse? do you think the system has changed? do you think the behavior has changed? >> n, to both. i think they're making some efforts. the main problem with compensat
ofof stos opln os wel whi insou ee a a ott rpringtosiven ons thelhi fac aat tyor blooriergenuggeede thatache po ible eonom roo g imct o this stgem on te ciatpole eom im al oehi jstton teonocic, n stu li atould eal jno ntu uprds o fli ld billn.p s th's ooing toe aovelell thtarg.ng i'm reothat numr,veandeon. rg m at >>m ashigh nfie, a tfde . oplen th sreet h ing to shget h aie a feal, so wherleth set h g fos whodidn t l,tock upsoreer sickf t fo tuwh tdny ha bee eati r toclast4p hourckand t tunt t teatha seeewhe ti tst4urd in tt she restrantn resurant w op on m st blntk, j esan wacke peoopen m okinup w tbl jhey cou ke eoforeet spoins. wy ashlgh, 'll oueck with re yothrghou theoy. sahly ca, edl ak th pyohrou of he struion ang te sacaastn p aboaof. st m suruesn a tfods,st izzds oa stfiresu a fs,sialar fezz in re quns si arwhic f teorouinqu o neicork, t strooud 80 mes. ou'reneseeik,pictes othe roterm80h oft.s. debo h ferericks theie fousct o ine quee rm rioftow. it iboanfe ackathfo whe ma inecidee ri st. idorah a ta rwhema out ci thstor whst areom
on august 13, 2010 about the life-style he had lived. nd , in fac, he ever thought about what might have been if he didn't love the life-style he did so much, that certainly includes smoking. if you had known that there was a possibility of getting cancer you would have never smoked a cigarette, you would have never drank or consumed the amount of liquor you consumed? >> no, i think all the time i felt that life is a wager. and that i probably was getting more out of leaving a bow hemoian existence as a wrir than i would have if i didn't. so writing is what's important to me and it helps me do that or enhances and prolongs and deepens and sometimes intensifies argument and conversation. it's worth it to me, sure. so i was knowingly taking a risk. i wouldn't do it to others. >> rose: but you would do it again? >> i think i would. >> rose: that's the question. >> i had to reflect on this a lot he cently and trying to imagindoing my life fferntly and not ending up mortally sick. but it's impossible for me to imagine having my life without going to those parties. without having those late ni
important? we begin with ann marie buerkle. buerkle: thank you. we just heard dan fac support not to look back. the lady doesn't hold himself accountable, whether it's the affordable care act, cap-and-trade can a stimulus bill, dodd-frank is to create an distorted distress and this is a national can be and he goes right along with the democratic party. i spent 16 years as a volunteer. i understand domestic violence. i understand that things and how they suffer. i am a mother of four daughters and four granddaughters and i would not do anything to weaken the rate statues. dmsa knows that. they were deceptive, distorted in my two women and worse yet he's good behind kurds of those big guns of rape and that's reprehensible as a woman. >> moderator: ursala rozum, the way this has been handled in the public television ads. rozum: it's an issue focused on in tv advertising because it's a very emotional issue and for the record, i am pro-choice and i think anything related to abortion or how to deal with rape is a woman's personal decision. i think we need to focus on issues that matter to us al
think that the public, by and large, perceives the fac' that he has made more 180 degree turns than a whirling dervish. i read this comment online at "the washington post," a reader who said that, "romney has thrown limbaugh, rick perry, allen west and all the other tea party people under a freight train by essentially saying he would govern as president obama governs." that's what he, in effect, he said this past last debate. what about that? >> why would anyone beeve that?e yes, he said that and yes he did it to convey the impression that the old mitt romney from the primaries was just something he had to do to appease his tea party base. why should you now believe that, if he gets elected, he will not be a psoner of the eric a cantors and, and the john boehners? and the right -- extreme right wing of his party that will force him to do stuff as present that he now says he's not going to do because hats in a general election campaign? a person who doesn't have a core, it strikes me, is susceptible to the same kind of pressure once in office, as when he was running to appeal to hi
with maximum fines of $40 in maryland. there are no speed cameras in virginia and despite the fac d.c. traffic fatality rates have dropped about 75% during the past 11 years of automated speed enforcement council member tommy wells says complaints have also been about the bigger picture. >> i hear about it from all over the city that it really undermines the kind of relationship between the governed and the government and we really need to restore that and really be responsible about it. >> reporter: but council member mary cheh says the changes may be just temporary. >> because believe me, we find out that by lowering the fines we get less compliance, we're going to revisit this. >> reporter: council member cheh says those $150 fines issued when drivers get caught by red light cameras in the city, those will not be changing. in northwest bob barnard, fox 5 news. >>> another d.c. council member introduced emergency legislation to essentially pry open the doors of the city's chief financial officer. councilman david catania wants d.c. lawmakers to require more transparency from c the cfo. the
now, homebuilding analyst for rbc capital markets. thank you for being here. the fac phase of recovery is stl painfully slow. before we get to the individual stocks, credit lending still very tight. i think you can't have a recovery in homebuilding until you have the recovery in the home market. >> i disagree with that. one of the premier u.s. home builders yesterday. they characterized the recovery is being in full swing. we're totally in agreement with that. i agree with your point, slow gdp growth, high unemployment, but nonetheless the leader in the recovery if we have one in the broader economy is likely to be held. coming off a depressed space with a lot of momentum. ashley: home prices for instance beaten down so much any improvement may be giving a false picture, what would you say? >> we're bullish on the pricing outlook, we see price stability of existing home sales and better pricing in the new home market, why is this? less distressed inventory. working through the mountain of foreclosure inventory peeking out last year and in 2011. since then we see a lot tighter levels of
are the fac facts. >> this is what politicians do when they don't have a record to run on. try to scare people from voting for you. if you don't get ahead of this problem i. pled care beneficiaries-- >>> we are going to move on. i have a -- >> medicare and social security did so much for my own family, we are not going to jeopardize the program, but we have to save it -- >> you are jeopardizing the program. you are changing the program from a guaranteed benefit to premium support, whatever you call, it the bottom line is people are going to have to pay more money and the families i know and the families i come from -- they don't have the money to pay more-- >>> gentlemen... i would like to move on to a very simple question. something tells me, i won't get a simple answer. but let me ask you this. on to taxes. if your ticket is elected, who will pay more in taxes? who will pay less? starting with vice-president biden for 2 minutes. >> the middle class will pay less and people making a million dollars or more will begin to contribute slightly more. a concrete example. the continuation of the bus
definitely a possibility. it's har63 fac bess and the problems in europe and at the global economic weakness that we can play into this. i don't like to play the stock is a dangerous game. >> we will just watch the numbers here on wall street this morning as we continue to see what they do. rather predicted we will just keep tracking and -- checking >> 9 to nothing. that was the score last night at at&t park. the giants made a historic comeback. there is a final out. the giants had to the world series to the second time in three years with a blowout nine nothing win against the cardinals. most of the crowd stayed in their seats on a long time after to celebrate with the team. >> as soon as the san francisco giants won the pen at the teen was presented with a trophy on the field. some players with, family friends and significant others. the celebration continued in the locker room with dancing music and of course ch (cheers & applause) ♪ (laughter) >> a couple months ago when you're as was the gop's biggest threat facing america you said russia and not all tied up. the 1980's are now callin
bore e casto. i' no wri fat this t be is thto fac th becse tyou dot ha ra, yodon'haveind.thac thecudoha rayo n'whenvetd.raithat ra tes e en velityf th widatraoft, t it's hhe uelyththre and w it, trslat it's h uown toth thend surfe. th 's wtrn itattets nguy.o heene hve rfqual cthe witsby guit gs gu hy.al cyou e inetw n g aualgu e ca be reu hestorntwn a ial socathinweeseeorin trnad i termwhen u'resonin te hoo tad echormen re t and youe jstoo -- some ingho cometelydierennd t yoou jill -veuch me morgomel di enweatr yoltil mingh in borind is sgh at brrk in te ilin ng nand ben ydr wnd ill s corn ten. ri t d y wllcono yr nbers f tha ritno y nrs fha areaalkg out ebaery, thebatty pa earealk t ebay,now, is ettpaap 13.4w,s fee at'shree fee.4 aveanye ter vel 'seeee hvever see a ybefo for r tl btery par hree obvisly, attefo paor city t b itry thepaam watr viy,tepaty at'it goiheat in boken t oth t'oide i tnkhat recd hkebeen tth tback tntec h1960ith huenican nna. ck we'nhat60 hugh,aneome up ina.bout n houre't weh,eeomee upup in utfromavemnt bew my feuro
carr plning orwa soou castar figung tatt ouve y sohoer. w fac by inkivi arabplt whngewa so caargu tou so. acy ki ab whnt yr edatioto ld, ile u'retilln scol you ght nd yedio l e rellscu t the st rte.. e r.. leadsomeere u wen't evenooki. t's t toork.admee wetenki s tok. >>thoundfeopl i nw je>>ey hou to lee saty tod asplloodgoverelme nthei je ho e tosas.od rescas tea trygodo dermeei use to hou helng tscseearyg who c dld e not lea ouel ton tirho cown no haslseaeen thaowinwn24 asurs r hdred ofen sick tien whoad to hain evuate froms he hedfnyuic enhoedico cterv te du ng somer srm ndy.yu the spit whi i jtica cr bloc fromduhe s sst ivery. whi e it hi b isica jyt acss tow i oc tomt errectn an ahi lite b bca upacwn iow the i 30 t tctyana hit ba up ickuphe0genetor. th tacku haene to up failne.r. tienth hado beku getthine carrd doil enadbeet mulplehi flits o frrdo stai witflshliults geing thonlyli o lumiaition it cayou agine flyingli go dgo that?ly r somion f tca u inineit ng dtien , th ? inf tsso tei o en thventator nursnf hto o nual pumnt airor iurtos th h
unpr edenecd datge. thiis denlye t mo pr caenstrodaic. evenhithate ha fac d tmo aro beenble en atan fhanac n oene f r lifemes. weead ck n yo k. safey iss. bein elamed f t n yo ast ve dths sathise.in >> ame f okes n fr gt erno ds th aesfr g cunoo's ficeays e ofhe ctimdiedhen treecuell s ces of imedn eehis l me iquee. analson quns aomanas elecocut whens she iteppee inan asoqu aanpudd. jas carll h a l k atecut enthinhe nowppn lo isl d.indd asar h lat inowlosl >>eporr: wl, is nowell termiight >>the ornd h w sti ioickeup.ll rbut emiht wer a e hti lst hkep. t e reced. ju w abo a an ur a i l hcoul not ve sod i ce juhibon sect an i of t mtaukul higay ithot s i the ter nocteing t t muk knig ho e r no vel.ng but ow tyou nkne it has l. reced. t buu iyou stat ints tt blknes off ce my burit,his i u tant one t ofblesf many seets rithats stil feedntoneof thean sts mtauk at iledo hiway,nd tse reetheare muk stl foded buthi y, ta inet ee watehas s rtedsttofedt a cede me o the tesuesshat sey'ved en dlingwitherede in oe est 'v d ngthe ndeninrst notusloong but sofire en
of cowaissi fo s e t nn ti but reainoi toouft tossi o spoet, tiut theye stinl ju pumngt the t ter pot. fac ey stejutatumn bend us he he t r bacwlin grn atstbetion u just he t a b couinegr of houstongo st befo it touofou reay da fo t re someorke cam t, thookea e as dbags awa meheyke tamokthehk rrie awasagnd actuwalyey t e emed to ie swapris to wlk tu do the and f d ut ed it wo s is reotive w dry so a l tledoithe ofnd f god i w nereve ory a lis set but jusofa co gle ocks aw t stneion ther th s're bumpinuswateout it.co ksaw tstn er the intet t. therare ryarge seseing brout ou a conerante treage of teromin sutng int thouou reeton tit'soingeao be r a lingnd slnth pretess, 'spngrs.be tha you ldslery ch f pr s,now.p. sa y wihad ouou a ente commy ity,ore fan 8 homesw. sa wi buoued t thent grou. a ive mmporty,rom e e sc 8e ofme devaatiocomi up. bu theou ae rtm scof vaiomip. [oman its 32inut to tim a theandite'speecis in ecesll o[r thandist ct.it32uto im ahedi'sec es othst. theritr's skto a theoordator phohe itare s rkintoon a okea wihe locrd color.hoe in aewioc olthe cureloud
o wit alaig threse oit rge in ivinity for w th remens i daerouvity r them tuatn.a ou ma fac of euperorm beliable one at thein maacf quns, w erm rk, li le a e he masve feoverght. quu , ard thek, aayoras f ert.upda ng dhe teor numb of mes,da0, t80omes burn tohe mbf s,ater lin80es th rnoe floong ierfacinwas th hamping ose fforoo ico fit thsfireut ty sm mpo hg ee or gott itndefi c trolthre t s mour n's he eb feric tttde csolhere in r hes brey pot fic neigorho. so of e pireurese're eeingromrepo igho sof ovpinighesjustreuch sad ngstom. most imrtany thghv ghsth deb do d o . weno thast erybimyanot t th ive?eb weha ybt t e? >> rorteyeah hlei, wee hang a itt r trotele aharinyo i kn youe taingei uweha h ae tt ro in breyoy knoutag po t. u rit no hle meust reing u upo da a ltleoit rino bauseet itooksike me othe g upda l e reinrcemts h bese itrivks.e oe me ers the atioinl guemd h whare iv. mes heiogu herwh some bulces, fireghte aren scen eeromuls, retereen pd'smergcy svice uni so n. th're sen'sngrg s dceersnijusto sc r so n of e omesthe csesten d toshe wat to s
here ctash in ointhre re and nd i'mlso riouabou someing. en gen t fac we ve'mo ouou meg. m ge t ac th 10,e 0 flhts d weave brie m th0,fls wee ie ment of cm he, th is viouy sothin peop arod thworl mare t ftchi c, ed we hhee huican seasth eves ou soyearin hurropanesroftentht thrlend e hied sept ber, hnd ohu anasveugus i'mar rres enthd sorr earl ptr, osep mber but hus'm ofn is t at ourr g arl srmeper bu th h te? ofis w ra g s is the? a i thsursto?h su we tot a rrice abt on evertwo e a yicrs, abtualon, in ero noveer. at'siffent authis cas y, al inoughs th the ve. 'sfe astorheisas gh huthicanheis s r nor or usuay do t sehuan s stor rhis stngtht an te tuadoseyearor s stthan t t forar rurranesnrresn norern rt theorn mid tlan c.he it thitracthat caung so chf terobld foran the itormhiacatau o t suble alorg thcoas e m beuse th win are puingalthheas be eter hns theinrecent goe pg inla , thr eheatersntoe lath wilbegi erto ireasthe rge en me tohe sthilgi iase e m >> all to srit, tha you ver>>l rich. allyppreateha yououer akin. e timely retoeght.ou i wa toin get e jas me
stowngy theld n fa gr i lo rtho ohuwn mhenhatn, sang gr lo 's, fac eier to t moatsa fi it oe the, ac er grid stoow t en t fioten oal fe orhe someing hapidning sftthe tid isent sh dow for megapnge isshow d th ares oodl th flreded. > wee gog toake shor brea dlwhene coinuen a ment wefll cod.inue rack g thwe patgoto e ofor hurcane ea enndy.coue a ntu c kewe aco luekckatthome at of thurene pture froy. vi cinia l beh,e rgin. th ally prero draticiia pture o be inwhat.appeng ere. ly ey'rdriccouring popleren a voatntarevacpetion e.moren th stor stra'rht ead.ur , g s, bleatin a voar acyeahon rethorra one illid.' co, n he bth inobioc caeachayah hes dend e liainscotheshedige ive suesiocach wihe thrde str ns ns gooesbactgeia.e es awirovehrtr oo[ fectle a.ounc ] ve t regar le.ave ph lipsfe anc teg l ♪phps ♪♪ ♪ ♪ wee luy, welu it notveryay y fina mpann asoyals a baru itotry yin anve. asala ru 's w t mas a .barua suba. wmaa ru ba [ wan ] it'32 muteso goime, andhe cdida's sech pies a ove wthe ]stri.' mesgoe,nd cda sh pi avee ri he wites detop andhe crdino
:veryresint ierit chleng. w ha fac so ny. r:rysi iit chng haaco . fourearsater.urrser r enies ve bn brght stic ouhero areomin homeens bbrt ic ouroreinme semb lin areummi agn. mbinremi thage arstilchalngeso et. tharilales ch.dreno edate. chen eda e.ddlelasso reild. t thlasthing e sha ld less is rern bd.k no thpresstent ngama:sh'm b ack s obam band.noest a: bkamd. appre th mesge. prthes. wh the"h"tart takg whhe wate"hrtak90giles o the cst ofte pe ttares ohe cf n th c olin ar th wer ford to n candoinship thd geerintoifebts.orto doip ge tocnn'ebsand. endo isn ocn ci, maland n'nddois ocyou' bee talkcigmandto t ast gud. st othe ew u'eememblks hav t been t gu oe mbav enrescd byhecopt, bu two parely a in e war,sc by sara.hept bu >>epor r: yo h, areolut ay.n wa sa. >> or it y pre ayuthorrying wh y hearbouthe sry itreyfrrngwh tho 17 y ew mbersn bod th shi arut sho7 mrsbothhi wh theig qution isight now,arolis w thewereut th e.whheuonsht w,ol where sothhat he bigueson we'rso stit e trng tigesigu out om t coa'rtiard.r t but cerinlyguheut re ue t effoats der y and. heful thetll er ly sa
[ anc s. us hka a ftzt-aclung gh deyongesorntolmp to rieveour uffy ose. h fac thdeks.es malennouer ] you' welme. rver fye. th. le ouhat' ]the ld tu'th!el. malennouer ] ka-stzerlus. t' e ♪ o twhat! relf its! ♪ leou [ ]le aounc ] -ser trs.new ka-stzerlus overeatllerelit [ a toncreat ller symtromsw -spluserinussongeion d pare.er toateryms ususgen pa . a cn repter s. td his cnvideoutseper sfisunio c y, de n tsjers. is i aio c gnerar n atchrsg re. i liceer tein eryon g ra the me tchrun. ok a this . cee eon e tn. ais seideeigh is thlace th man peoe gh hinkseefgh s th en yceictu th theaneo jery nk shfe b t e a y lokttu heth.er in etwesh bhose ta l hoest i thnd tswese ofho i. imineow str gof thindsnd im e ves dtrto be ttho ts.ds ok a t s h emap. st t a acoss the bayp. i s wheacsth michl isay s indin bywh what the chlaisst s inwhat goi by at onhe the?la >>ateporoir: fnying.on we wthre tre >>or fyesrdaybefog. e ma par wof t th srmamesayfo asho .ma ar weenttoth tt sspotheremend alre y thho aveswet wer teotre cdshing rerougththees duers. cainwate r
. in a normal world you couldn't work in journalism. >> she was supposed to moderate and instead was a live fac checker. >> she had to wack them back . on debate night. she said yeah, rom no was right. >> it is without precedent. nothing like this happened before. maybe it is not a good idea to have her moderate the debate. >> what is being is. just benefit that. on september 30th. she sat down with david axelrod and she wouldn't buy it. >> listen to this. first of all. the president called it an act of terror the day after it happened. when you are the administration and you have a responsibility to act on what you know. >> that was not planned it was part of his tape. yeah. there is the smoking gun. what is shocking to me where is the outcry from journalist. that kind of behaving arguing the opposite case in the behalf of the incumbent. that discredit journalism. show's not been critized outside of fox and the daily caller that i am aware of. >> look at what the president said the day after in the gose garden. he was talking about a act of terror generically . the white house and the campaign
. >> and mitt just has this big smile on his fac and he looks at me and goes, "boy, however this turns out, this really makes it worth it." >> narrator: the race had been close. romney needed a great f performance. >> i don't think he had any idea what it was going to be like, because he had never done debates under that pressure. >> narrator: he'd gotten into the race because kennedy looked weak, beatable. >> at the time ted kennedy seemed vulnerable. it was a weak period for kennedy. he looked bad, he sounded bad, and in that way he was vulnerable. >> narrator: he was dramatically overweight. there had been trouble wit alcohol and women. he'd mortgaged his house to stay in the race. >> romney was everything ted kennedy was not.it you know, he had this clean family life. he was a really good speaker. he was really athletic and he had a good kind of campaign visage. >> people knew that he had gone to harva business school, had made a lot of money, been a registered independent up until not too long before he ran.es >> he ran as a liberal-to-moderate politician. he opposed newginggich'sch "
? security concerns. people coming forward with no ax to grind, just fac to get out sayi security was denied. others saying i knew it was a terrorist attack. others saying now seems like indu, t ism e. g t a dynamic situation today and the aftermath tonight, tomorrow and the next day, everyone looks to save their careers. >> gretchen: the foreign policy debate october 22 between mitt romney and barak obama, may be the first time we hr the thcoident responding tony of at and-n rasmussen poll. in addition to polling nationally, what he has done is he's taken a look at all 11 swing states won by president obama in 2008 and take a look at this. by t points.err mine 49-47%. with those swing states, i'm talking about colorado, florida, iowa, michigan, nevada, new hampshire, north carolina, ohio, nnan, vgini scn. >>any hein inattle ground state poll even matters is crazy because the president still is doing fine in new hampshire where he's now trail not guilty ohio. he's trailing in ohio and north fla giutedtruging g erev woe ahose? it makes no sense because each one of them is a separe game. >> gr
. >> you were fac checking a lot of things earlier. with jobs especially. you don't need to fact check the numbers, 12.5 million people are unemployed in this country. the unemployment rate is at 8.1%. sa in september we gained 10,000 jobs. it's okay. it's not great. reality is we have a long way to go. we're only adding enough jobs to keep up with population growth. it's not enough to bring down the unemployment rate. it's not improving fast enough. >>ll right. you've got some other retail sales numbers. >> the forecast are coming out for holiday shopping figures. >> already? >> already, yes. it's never too early. it's important because these could really help push the economy, give it that momentum. at this point retail sales over the holiday shopping season, november and december expected to go up 4 had the.1%. that is slower growth compared to the last two years. it's really not that great. consumers are hesitant to go out there because of all the uncertainty in the economy and washington. who is going to be in the white house next year? what's going to happen with the tax bills? t
antipl ttle bt dieren jumas er i t fac it'sle b sn di pienng uma d tsnowoe, eac 's our sni urests whave ov two ow , et o ur snshere wvev wo th exp t th o to ntin thronhouthe d. >>hat're thunbxpievathe.o in w lo do u exroct ut dpeple' >> t' wer beut nbcausvayou' loo ex geing pein.e' u ha r ehis avy t snus.u' the's ing ge beg . has y sn. ths g ehigh nds. >>ghncegain ths.fact th we d ha some war>>ngceinth ctthe th haone om ear per thompa es de p ha the addiona crepa d ming in we aeady hadhaurheddna hrehway a ngtionin gua adytatiad hay astragicay arnd e ontateua ti it suld mch racaar qu ker thantet wawith th torms th sd mwe h durg thqur anwa suther then msh we hd ur53thsu ofur 5e unti wiout wer, bof 5 oncgain ti we'rwigettt gr,to t bareanc stin 'rtt t afcted firs our prieaitiefor owe afed arourrs rriie r spits, wer syems,wer911r it w sycents,s, a our 11shters ad nt ou apriourties s faas eari theshoadsrss ad theain ouioesfa teriri firhe andds th we the nintohe econ ry riirndhe to onrods. in eveike is ou rove. to n ve e patnt. 've go eveone ca
to rieveour uffy ose. h fac thdeks.es malennouer ] you' welme. rver fye. th. le ouhat' ]the ld tu'th!el. malennouer ] ka-stzerlus. t' e ♪ o twhat! relf its! ♪ leou [ ]le aounc ] -ser trs.new ka-stzerlus overeatllerelit [ a toncreat ller symtromsw -spluserinussongeion d pare.er toateryms ususgen pa ♪ ♪ [ ale nounr ] 's te fo medare en eollmt. [ e un] t foede e lm e yoread me tcompe pls ansee at'sew. yoad you tn't mpve tplmake hang ane bu'sit's.ood loo u t tkeng bu 's d ybe oou cafindette covege, ve mey, bot. e candte ve, m , d cotck o t prentivbenets y get c o tre iv neter ye heetth ce la ♪r ♪he cla ♪♪ medire on enllme. now theime. di o enme vit mecareov cal1-80medire. owhee. vimere al80di. ♪♪ ♪♪ swhato yothin sic. at mneke havsoptiats...yoin c. ike l chges starng a$19.. mkeavti.. e chs mmonear my aoice9.mney ce meike. ei. >>you ow i plas up and downhe coa he we' een>>u i la upwatcndng cditi s tough hewn daoa woeen e'en reentl slytc c houti by tgh ho by daur.wo inact,e've beretlyouy w chinho oury r. in cot,
. effects ofhe fac exponentially increasing government debt, and i would not confuse that with interest payments. the present value of interest payment -- i would be careful about that, but i do not remember his most recent estimates. if you go to the boston you willy website, find a lot of work on that topic. >> spending is taxes. the counterpoint of your question is they are not going to raise taxes now when they do the spending. that means they will do it later. a perfect example is the stimulus bill. it did not create jobs. all we got for it over the last four years was all this accumulation of debt. now we hear in the debates we have to raise taxes to pay for this debt. it is paying me now or a pay me later approach, and that is a valid point, that at some point spending always has to be paid for, and one of the ways we pay for it is taxes. there is a lot of talk about fairness out there, how is it fair that people who are not even born yet will pay for a lot of spending we are doing now. >> you do not believe we are not just going to inflate it away? the average maturity of bonds
to coectit exctin o ey see art d hightormvo srg co antiex ininee ghrm fac s it'san tenootntormsurg a king int.ac seve feet'snent nrm rseyrg a foureet ngdelantreand sveeet ofhese neysurg areur not lad s ocofrrinseg highiderg reicno ll b congn aocinew meghe bco hours a t a molutevel o the ter ll b urinc asin t even a futther vethe. o >> ee knowr hat b thtornc iin en al fadyer dhedly i>>theowtthcarbeanor iwhato wealy expt d hye i in eeran atxp hn itedtate >> agai r th ed ntet12 to 2 hosai th nto 2 thmosterio conrn holl bthe orm rge along the ast.hstio onafte at aft be m teon ce ere t. mos iteandft and t mo of e ce athe gins tmo clei tde nd cot, tno we f ve the he ns t lecons terab conrn f vy co t e heavanhepronge nsabon f v rainll av whh wi cauprge fodininnd in thin whwiau ar of finin peninylvatha o downhrourfew jse aga anden vaokinor wn aou muc a jenga d ininch the andhenuc aseris chhenden ri oodi. >>nd sious di win .>> s kaus balin h auestnor u, ed,sinll. ka al>> i hhinkhestr bgest qstiod, s r manl. resi intsnkatcng basst they qiopefuy st l h ean powsi
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 50 (some duplicates have been removed)